Words On My Radar is a weekly on the C2C that features articles written by some of the best bloggers out there on the subjects of writing, life, and blogging.
Words On My Radar
What Are The Best Ways To End A Story? via @Christi_Craig @writeitsideways
One of the challenges many of you have told me you have is deciding how to finish your story. Here’s some great advice on that very subject.
15 Places To Write For Even The Busiest Person via @originalimpulse
Another challenge my readers have expressed having is finding the time to write. Hopefully, this posts helps you: Cynthia Morris points out all the little pockets of empty time throughout your busy day that you can utilize for writing.
When Are Double Words OK? via @GrammarGirl
Are using double words in a sentence (such as “is is” and “had had”) grammatically correct? (I always wondered about this.)
How to Make Sure Your Self-Published Book Makes The Grade via @TahliaNewland
Friend of the C2C, Tahlia Newland gives a very good, comprehensive list of what you should do before you finally publish your self-published book.
A great list of books that offer tools for anyone looking to develop a successful career.
How Exercise Boosts Brain Power via @HuffPost
A surprising article about how exercise improves brain function in more ways than one. (This article should get you motivated to go work out this morning.)
6 Ways To Use Reddit To Grow Your Business via @Mike_Stelzner
Ever since the President of The United States held a Q & A with Reddit users, I’ve been curious to learn more about this social media site that calls itself “the front page of the internet.” A great article for anyone wanting to use Reddit to promote their blog or online business.
Instead of Outthinking The Competition… Try To “Outlove” Them via @ThisIsSethsBlog
What might end up being the shortest blog post that will ever be featured on WOMR will also probably end up being the most brilliant.
Madness via @Muse
Looking for some new music to get you in the writing mood? Recently, I’ve been listening to this new song from Muse to get me excited to write. Love it.
National Geographic Photo of The Day via @natgeo
A great picture is always good inspiration for a new story. Check out the web page for National Geographic’s Photo of the Day today and you’ll find several pictures worth thousands of words.